The success of "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" may be the last chapter in the career of director Quentin Tarantino.
The 58-year-old American director, screenwriter, actor, and producer said on a recent edition of the Pure Cinema podcast that his intention to retire after releasing ten films is still valid. However, the director doesn't stop to think about the fate of most directors who end their careers with the worst films.
'Most guys have tended to have terrible last movies. Particularly for Golden Age and New Age directors. It makes me wonder, and maybe I shouldn't make another movie. I could be thrilled if I ended up on Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,' Tarantino said.
After winning two Oscars for his screenplay for "Pulp Fiction" and "Django Libre," Tarantino received universal critical acclaim for his subsequent projects, particularly "Lousy Eight" and his latest work, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," which held a Best Picture nomination in 2020.
It is known that in 2014, the filmmaker had already announced that he was going to leave the film industry.